Jamaica’s top squash player, Chris Binnie has been listed among the top 100 players in the world after vaulting up to 93 on the Professional Squash Association’s (PSA) rankings.
The six-time Jamaican and Caribbean champion reached the career-high ranking in the players standings posted by the PSA this week.
The major achievement is another feather in the cap of the decorated player, who set out to crack the top 100 during 2015.
Binnie set the goal earlier in the year as he continued his comeback from major surgery in 2013, which led to a nine-month layoff that caused his ranking to drop as low as 300.
News of his new ranking came just after Binnie won his second international professional squash, the Securian Indian Summer Tournament, in Minnesota last month.
He is now scheduled to play in the St. Louis Open, on November 11 and then the Florida Open in the first week of December.